Union Wellness Center Crestwood
UWC — Crestwood
The Union Wellness Center Crestwood location serves the members and families of SMART Local 265, Plumbers Local 130, Iron Workers Local 63, Riggers Local 136, Cement Masons Local 502 and Electricians Locals 701 and 176.
Enjoy zero co-pays and no deductibles for all available services performed at this location, minimum wait times, and high quality care from providers. Rooms were designed to allow your primary care provider to really get to spend time with you and ensure your wellness and health.
Call 312.421.1016 to schedule your appointment at the Union Wellness Center Crestwood location today.
Your Crestwood Care Team
Amanda Schlitt, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Cara Dickens, RNRegistered Nurse
Cara has been a nurse for 18yrs working in both Critical Care and Education. Throughout her career she has managed care for those who are sick and end of life.
Cara was born and raised in the Chicago area and is the youngest of 6 children. She attended Chicago State University for her BSN and American Sentinel University for her MSN.
As a member of the Union Wellness Center Cara will have the chance to work as a preventative and maintenance health care leader.
Candice Anderson, MDPhysician
Candice Anderson is a Family Medicine specialist who received a bachelor of science in biology from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and her medical degree from Loyola Stritch School of Medicine. She completed an internship in obstetrics and gynecology at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Chicago, as well as a residency in family medicine at Cook County Hospital.
She has been in practice for 29 years and has worked in a variety of settings including urgent care, occupational medicine, hospital, and office-based family practice settings, as well as providing in-home medical visits. She believes that listening to patients is the most important part of any medical visit.
Logan Trento, BSHCL, MHAOperations Specialist
Logan Trento received his master’s and bachelor’s degrees in healthcare administration from Valparaiso University. During his undergraduate and graduate studies at Valpo, Logan held an on-campus job as a building manager. As a building manager, Logan oversaw the daily logistical, technical, and operational functionalities of the 202,000 sq. ft. student union center on campus that provided services to 5,000+ students, faculty, and customers. During graduate school, Logan was offered an internship with Porter Regional Hospital where he worked until he completed his degree.
Logan was born and raised in Mokena, IL and still resides there to this day. In his free time, Logan enjoys playing in softball leagues, hanging out with friends, and watching sports, especially football.